Multiple Adjournments - Told To Ask For Case To Be Thrown

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Multiple Adjournments - Told To Ask For Case To Be Thrown

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Hi Guys,

I have been battling with a ticket since summer 2008. Every time I go to court they reschedule my case for one reason or another. The last time I was there, the police officer who originally gave me the ticket told me that I should ask for the case to be thrown out because the crown keeps asking to reschedule (for various reasons). So when I came up before the judge to figure out a new date, I told her that this is what the officer told me and she said that he may be right and that I need to ask someone with knowledge on the subject to fill out the "appropriate" paperwork.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance.


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You are looking for file form 4F, which has to do with your right to a speedy trial. Check out http://www.ticketcombat.com for further details. You could do this yourself and save some bucks.
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com


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Unread post by 04deveni on

reflections, thanks a lot.

Any specific tips regarding the situation. I know that normally people try to submit this form of "Constitutional Question" in a variety of long time between trial and offense, events, no disclosure etc...

In my case they have rescheduled on me 3 times. Any specific info. A copy & paste maybe? Probably pushing it :-)


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Unread post by 04deveni on

Also, any other charter rights of mine being violated except the one to a speedy trial? i.e. is there another right that guarantees that they don't keep rescheduling on you?


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http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com


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